That's a big question, and I don't know if I can provide numbers off the top of my head.
In terms of European settlements, Atlantic Canada is one of the earliest settled areas, and we've been fishing and farming and cutting down trees for a long time out here. We don't have a lot of the pristine wilderness that exists in B.C. or some of the northern areas. Most of our forest has been cut over; you know what's happened to our fishery, etc.
At the same time—and I really don't know how this is going to play out—we're seeing a lot of rural depopulation, which I find concerning. I don't know what that's going to mean for the environment overall. Of course, when it comes to birds, and ducks would be included in this—or many fish species—they're migratory. A lot of our birds spend the winter in Mexico and other smart places like that, or our fish move into U.S. waters during the winter months.
I'm sorry; I can't give you numbers.